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1 JohnWarren 5,942,757
2 noelwoodhouse 3,981,497
3 NeilHamilton 3,449,046
4 DonnaTelfer 3,400,622
5 Rhonda.M 3,344,386
...
1077 wilma 38,945
1078 Buldawg 38,934
1079 MLijnzaad 38,702
1080 jennywalters 38,677
1081 coffee2 38,587
1082 nyteowl 38,582

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December 2019 44
November 2019 44
October 2019 98
September 2019 21
July 2019 12
May 2019 83
April 2019 513
March 2019 708
February 2019 949
January 2019 6,364
December 2018 4,044
November 2018 2,121
October 2018 707
December 2017 38
November 2017 60
October 2017 176
September 2017 83
August 2017 72
July 2017 4
May 2017 12
April 2017 688
January 2017 1
December 2016 12
February 2016 40
January 2015 47
October 2014 27
September 2014 1,054
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June 2014 2,121
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June 2013 48
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January 2011 1,598
December 2010 129
November 2010 67
September 2010 160
August 2010 977
July 2010 182
June 2010 2,276
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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,942,555
2 noelwoodhouse 3,981,497
3 NeilHamilton 3,448,917
4 DonnaTelfer 3,400,596
5 Rhonda.M 3,344,373
...
1076 wilma 38,936
1077 Buldawg 38,931
1078 MLijnzaad 38,702
1079 jennywalters 38,677
1080 FHSLQ 38,513
1081 Alass 38,497

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February 2020 72
January 2020 222
December 2019 44
November 2019 44
October 2019 98
September 2019 21
July 2019 12
May 2019 83
April 2019 513
March 2019 708
February 2019 949
January 2019 6,364
December 2018 4,044
November 2018 2,121
October 2018 707
December 2017 38
November 2017 60
October 2017 176
September 2017 83
August 2017 72
July 2017 4
May 2017 12
April 2017 688
January 2017 1
December 2016 12
February 2016 40
January 2015 47
October 2014 27
September 2014 1,054
July 2014 665
June 2014 2,121
May 2014 806
January 2014 38
June 2013 48
May 2013 133
April 2013 71
January 2013 52
December 2012 229
October 2012 148
September 2012 960
August 2012 231
June 2012 27
May 2012 68
March 2012 32
February 2012 182
January 2012 472
November 2011 165
October 2011 96
September 2011 108
August 2011 96
June 2011 1,076
May 2011 183
April 2011 729
March 2011 2,254
February 2011 1,548
January 2011 1,598
December 2010 129
November 2010 67
September 2010 160
August 2010 977
July 2010 182
June 2010 2,276
May 2010 2,434

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Family Notices (Family Notices), Examiner (Launceston, Tas. : 1900 - 1954), Wednesday 19 September 1928 [Issue No.223] page 1 2020-02-17 22:15 CHUIGGC-I- fond and loving memory
of olr" dear mother. Caroline Mar
Ion, who departed this life on the
'nth September, 1926.
f oenuld only take your hand, dear
'lther:
Is ihe could only kiss your choceolc
But. ni,. what would we give to-day
If '"e could only hear you speak!
-Inserted ly her loving daughter
and son-in-law. Connie and Fleet; also
Burn, 'ateena.
WAIKIER.-Tn nmemory of Frank
Walker, of Longfort, who died in
WIl.JAMIS.-Tn loving memory of my
CHUGG.—In fond and loving memory
of our dear mother, Caroline Mar-
ion, who departed this life on the
19th September, 1926.
If I could only take your hand, dear
mother:
If we could only kiss your cheek
But, oh, what would we give to-day
If we could only hear you speak!
-Inserted by her loving daughter
and son-in-law, Connie and Fleet; also
Burn, Pateena.
WALKER.—In memory of Frank
Walker, of Longford, who died in
WILLIAMS.—In loving memory of my
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Monday 27 January 1930 [Issue No.19,413] page 1 2020-02-12 20:53 EVANS. - Friends, aro respectfully In-
vited tu attend the funeral of tho late
Lottie Evelyn, Eyans.-.whlch will move
.lames Ford, Geeveston, . at 3.30 p.m.
É; Ë. MILLHOUSE,. '
Geeveston... Undertaker.
FRASER.-Friends of the late MISB Jean
D. Fraser are i-espectfully invited to
from her parents' residence, ll Risdon
ing (This Day), at ll o'clock, for Cor-
. CLARK BROS.
WILLIAM J. CLARK,' Funeral Director.
17 Argyle Street. 'Phone'6177...
QUINN.-Funeral ot. the late' Nancy
Noel Quinn, of ,49 Amiens Avenue, will
at 2.30 pan; for Cornallan Bay Ceme- '
tery. ' '.:.' . . ???>-.?? ,->:,??. '.
H. C. MILLINGTON PTY. LTD., ,.
Funeral Directors. ,
-H. -J.WHOOPER, Mgr.
200 Liverpool St.. . "f Phono , 5445.'.
?-I-'?-'-.-'-:

i IN MEMORIAM .'?
HOWARD.-In loving memory, of our
dear husband and father, . William
ary 27, 1923. ?'??t..-y
Where our deár husband arid father
lies; - . \..-. . :.
Inserted by his loving' wife and'son
mid daughters and grandchildren.
JAMES.-In sad but loving memory bf
our dear husband and father. William
EVANS.—Friends are respectfully in-
vited to attend the funeral of the late
Lottie Evelyn Evans, which will move
James Ford, Geeveston, at 3.30 p.m.
E. E. MILLHOUSE,
Geeveston. Undertaker.
FRASER.—Friends of the late Miss Jean
D. Fraser are respectfully invited to
from her parents' residence, 11 Risdon
ing (This Day), at 11 o'clock, for Cor-
CLARK BROS.
WILLIAM J. CLARK, Funeral Director.
17 Argyle Street. 'Phone 6177.
QUINN.—Funeral of the late Nancy
Noel Quinn, of 49 Amiens Avenue, will
at 2.30 p.m. for Cornelian Bay Ceme-
tery.
H. C. MILLINGTON PTY. LTD.,
Funeral Directors.
H. J. HOOPER, Mgr.
200 Liverpool St. Phone 5445.

IN MEMORIAM
HOWARD.—In loving memory of our
dear husband and father, William
ary 27, 1923.
Where our dear husband and father
lies.
Inserted by his loving wife and son
and daughters and grandchildren.
JAMES.—In sad but loving memory of
our dear husband and father, William
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Monday 27 January 1930 [Issue No.19,413] page 1 2020-02-12 20:42 dren. . . -
JONES.-In loving memory, of our dear
father, Frederick Jones, who. passed
away at Moonah on January 26, 1926.:
The years roll on, and still we miss you.
Sweetest thoughts will always linger -
Inserted by his loving son and.daugh-
JONES.-In loving memory of my dear
Elizabeth Jones. ..... . . -' . \
true,'
But may be some day we'll meet agáln
So in that hope I put my trust ;
Inserted by their loving . daughter.
JONES.-In loving memory of my dear
But I know that my mother, is happy,
I often.think of the days, dear mother,
Inserted'by their loving daughter and
patient sufferer at rest. Interred
dren.
JONES.—In loving memory, of our dear
father, Frederick Jones, who passed
away at Moonah on January 26, 1926.
The years roll on, and still we miss you,
Sweetest thoughts will always linger
We often sit and think of you,
Inserted by his loving son and daugh-
JONES.—In loving memory of my dear
Elizabeth Jones.
true,
But may be some day we'll meet again
So in that hope I put my trust,
To join you in the promised land.
Inserted by their loving daughter,
Winnie Jones.
JONES.—In loving memory of my dear
But I know that my mother is happy,
I often think of the days, dear mother,
Inserted by their loving daughter and
REID.-In loving memory of my dear
on January 26, 1923.
COUNTRY DISTRICTS. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] OATLANDS POLICE OFFICE. (Article), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Saturday 8 September 1860 [Issue No.907] page 2 2020-01-31 20:29 *?
[FROM ,OUR CORRESPONDENT.] _,
ing a coat worth ¿31, belonging to Thomas Fleming,
and seeing the prisoner stealthily romovo the coat
kim, and leaving the tap ivith it. Tlio coat was
afterwards fouu 1, and delivered to tho police.
the act of stealing the ooat, and ur£,od that he was
The Magistrates however found bim guilty, and
sentenced bim to throe months' hard labor.
[FROM ,OUR CORRESPONDENT.]
ing a coat worth £1, belonging to Thomas Fleming,
and seeing the prisoner stealthily remove the coat
him, and leaving the tap with it. The coat was
afterwards found, and delivered to the police.
the act of stealing the coat, and urged that he was
The Magistrates however found him guilty, and
sentenced him to three months' hard labor.
HOBART TOWN POLICE REPORT Friday July 17th (Article), Morning Star and Commercial Advertiser (Hobart Town, Tas. : 1834 - 1835), Tuesday 21 July 1835 [Issue No.68] page 3 2020-01-30 21:54 .J-d.n Jitanlfj, •rle^rivd "f
Ilia
ticket
of ifav#, and to he , worked
in a
road
parly
cn
|.>ii»i<aiion, for
having
breu
found
in a
diiprdi ily. - b< use
with
a
woman <>f bad
.iharac'rr.
Ouitands.—
Michael Caffray and
Oa-
Lloy.t GbmtuiBs^ eathiiued =5sifor,
drimkeunes..
Th'omai Fleming, fined ll. and costs,
f
' r assaiilUug Ge.irge Woid. .,,-
..
'
DudTteld, fined 31. andeosti,,
^° r * breach ol the harbouring icti-
Jarars
Case, tally committed for trial,
f " r f, '»ny-
'. - •
'Norfolk
P/ains-Frederick
John Stanley, deprived of his ticket
of leave, and to be worked in a road
party on probation, for having been
found in a disorderly house with a
woman of bad character.
Oattands.—Michael Caffray and Da-
vid Lloyd Christmas, each fined 5s. for
drunkenness.
Thomas Fleming, fined 11. and costs,
for assaulting George Wood.
George Dudfield, fined 31. and costs,, fined 31. andeosti,,
for a breach of the harbouring act.
James Case, fully committed for trial
for felony.
Norfolk Plains.—Frederick James
HOBART TOWN POLICE REPORT Friday July 17th (Article), Morning Star and Commercial Advertiser (Hobart Town, Tas. : 1834 - 1835), Tuesday 21 July 1835 [Issue No.68] page 3 2020-01-30 17:08 ,
,
Charles Bradnuck, ,folly committed
ior trial, fat feloniously stealing » watch
of 'the goods and- chattels
of
Geoige j
1
William Barllelt, charged wilh felony ;
and dUclutg'd.
-
Tilotd'S
F4«ttn*gBn, fully cnin? t»d
for trial, fur stealing one bottle, cp, t-ining
three iKr.iVpitits of
branny, worth i
I
n ne etJl" of whi-key of.the. value' cf
$ ., th/properiy i.f Thorti«« Johnson. ]
Tho.ims D*r', fully committed for
trial, for felatiious stealing three pieces
of ahe ««k, wirtid,wt!r'h 3d. the property
of Mr. J-*hn Peichey.
Saturday, Jvne 18th.
John Jones, to lie confined in a cell
on br«-*d and water six d»ya and nighta
fur being drunk In Mr. Hancck'a,
public house, Ntw Town, after h'nir«.
Henry Hick-, f.>nr ir.e.mhs jo a road
p«rly, for repeated dn>nliemip-s.
James Crane, to lie confined in a cell
f»r 48 hours, for absenting himself
f;oin tin service wiUi.m! leave.
R> b-rt
Wi!liaiui,
reprimanded
for
dumke n<-ss.
' R clurd ClRrk
and
David
Thorn
ea< h finvd 20». and co«t», for
playiu^
T»m and Jerry
"i ll
Chailcs
L'nsirr
a w&U-hmMi, and bre*bin<; Ilia laa'horn
tlie prcip<rty of
our
Sovrieign
Letd
Charles Bradnock, fully committed
for trial, for feloniously stealing a watch
of the goods and chattels of George
Clark.
William Bartlelt, charged with felony
and discharged.
Thomas Flannagan, fully committed
for trial, for stealing one bottle contain-
ting three three pints of brandy, worth
?., and two other bottles containing
nine gills of whiskey of the value of
9., the properiy of Thomas Johnson.
Thomas Dart, fully committed for
trial, for felenious stealing three pieces
of she oak wood, worth 3d. the property
of Mr. John Petchey.
Saturday, June 18th.
John Jones, to be confined in a cell
on bread and water six days and nights
for being drunk in Mr. Hancock's,
public house, New Town, after hours.
Henry Hicks, four months to a road
party, for repeated drunkenness
James Crane, to be confined in a cell
for 48 hours, for absenting himself
from his service without leave.
Robert Williams, reprimanded for
drunkenness.
Richard Clark and David Thorne,
each fined 20?. and costs, for playing
Tom and Jerry with Charles Linster
a watchman, and breaking his lan?horn bre*bin<; Ilia laa'horn
the property of Our Sovereign Lord
the King.
HOBART TOWN POLICE REPORT Friday July 17th (Article), Morning Star and Commercial Advertiser (Hobart Town, Tas. : 1834 - 1835), Tuesday 21 July 1835 [Issue No.68] page 3 2020-01-30 16:54 H*3B j£R«Fr T O W N . POLICE
- " ilEPOElT-
M'iji/"//,
fyty
fur,
lolourtti peejnhet, volut- 20.. uf t>ie-
]>qu>ir. „ , „
of
-Y&fc-M&N,
«p/
Gi>rot , liiii jo)inBop. , '1
.
\
" EdwaH Kh^s./uily
^.nminitied for
trial, f«r.oVt»iutii,g tinder falie" pretences
ij,r atiiu of «tte*jtd«n^jwith intent to
rUfraud TMarj
ilie. wife^William
Morrow,
HOBART TOWN POLICE
REPORT.
Friday July 17th
John Hemmingway duly committed
for trial, for feloniously stealing a drab
coloured ?ee packet, value 20. of the
goods and chattels of L. Beauvais,
Esquire.
Also fully committed for feloniously
stealing one watch of the value of 2.,
of the goods and chattels of Bennett
Cornelius Johnson.
Edward Rhodes, fully committed for
trial, for obtaining under false pretences
the sum of one pound,with intent to
defraud the wife of William
Morrow.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Monday 17 August 1908 [Issue No.11,986] page 1 2020-01-29 22:34 FLEMING.-In loving remembrance of
Sinco our dear father was called away:
Could wo ha\e been there in that hour of
To luivc eauorht the last sigh of his part-
ing breath,. , , .>
The' last faint whisper^ we might have
heaid. " " > -. >
VAnd bicathed in his ear -one" parting
wold.' ( ? .
-Tho \oico is now nilenr,*tho heart is now
Tho smile and the welcome that met us
ot old; -
AVe miss him and mourn lum in silence
.And dwell in the memory of days that
have been. '
FLEMING.—In loving remembrance of
Since our dear father was called away:
Could we have been there in that hour of
To have caught the last sigh of his part-
ing breath,
The last faint whisper we might have
heard.
And breathed in his ear one parting
word.
The voice is now silent, the heart is now
The smile and the welcome that met us
of old;
We miss him and mourn him in silence
And dwell in the memory of days that
have been.
HORSE KILLED Accident Near Oatlands (Article), The News (Hobart, Tas. : 1924 - 1925), Thursday 12 March 1925 [Issue No.244] page 3 2020-01-28 20:11 Accident-Near Oatlands
with such force that the animal tunitd
a complete somersault, smashing the windscreen
of the car and damaging the radi.itor.
The horee wm killed instantlr, sud
Tlie rider of.the horse escaped with
Accident Near Oatlands
with such force that the animal turned
a complete somersault, smashing the wind-
screen of the car and damaging the radia-
tor. The horse was killed instantly, and
The rider of the horse escaped with
Badly Hurt By Tractor (Article), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Tuesday 16 November 1954 [Issue No.26,175] page 2 2020-01-27 21:08 I A man, who was pinned un-
derneath an overturned tractor
at Hamilton lat« yesterday af-
^Hospital.

tractor when lt overturned, re-
A man, who was pinned un-
derneath an overturned tractor
at Hamilton late yesterday af-
Hospital.
tractor when it overturned, re-

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